Horner & Shifrin designed roadway, bike, and curb ramp improvements to Maryland Avenue in the City of Clayton, MO. Maryland Avenue is a well-traveled roadway on the north edge of the City’s business district. The design team led an extensive public engagement process to identify the need and desire for bike lanes along the corridor. The team developed plans for parking-protected bike lanes and shared lanes to meet the project’s goals.
Roadway design included pavement resurfacing and curb ramp improvements from Gay Avenue to Hanley Road for approximately 4400′. The project limits included 12 intersections requiring ADA/PROWAG upgrades, new crosswalks, and pedestrian signal improvements. H&S thoroughly designed the curb ramps to limit impacts to adjacent properties while meeting design standards. The project was federally funded through the STP program.